DUQUESSA MEDICAL

Plant-Based Medicine

An experienced Nurse Practitioner, Katherine Millar-Shannon is able to support patients with chronic pain, sleep disturbance, anxiety or other health problems that have tried registered medicines that have been unsuccessful or the side-effects were intolerable.

Katherine is able to prescribe medical cannabis for a range of health issues that have been treated unsuccessfully with other medications.

Katherine is able to help with the treatment of the following health issues:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Palliative Care
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Insomnia

Speak to a specialist

If you are suffering from a chronic condition and are looking to evaluate alternative treatments, medical cannabis could be an option for you.

Pricing

INITITAL CONSULTATION

$280

30-minute appointment which includes consultation, prescription and TGA paperwork. Payment for your appointment is required at the time of booking.

FOLLOW UP REVIEW

$100

15-minute appointment which includes consultation, prescription and TGA paperwork.

Book your consultation

Choose a date and time for your appointment. You will then be guided to make payment to secure your chosen time. Bookings can be rescheduled but not cancelled.

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ABOUT KATHERINE MILLAR-SHANNON

Katherine Millar-Shannon will be Australia’s first candidate for a Doctorate Nurse Practitioner. Katherine will be undertaking this study to further build on her credentials as a leading Cosmetic Nurse Practitioner.

Katherine Millar-Shannon approaches each and every client with a level of unsurpassed depth of knowledge and a gentle guided approach that rises above and beyond the rest.

Katherine is a Practitioner in Australia who can consult, prescribe and treat clients onsite.

WHAT IS MEDICAL CANNABIS?

Medical cannabis is derived from the cannabis plant and bred specifically to use the plant’s therapeutic properties to treat a number of chronic conditions. The plant contains over 100 compounds that are called cannabinoids and mimic the naturally occurring cannabinoids found within the human body. The most common cannabinoids are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). There is increasing research and clinical evidence indicating that these compounds could help to relieve the symptoms of some chronic conditions. The therapeutic and pain-relieving properties of medical cannabis are the reason why some people consider it as alternative treatment for their ailments.

QUEST INITIATIVE

Katherine is also participating in the Quest Initiative’s Quality of life Evaluation Study as a Quest enrolled prescriber. If you are part of this study please make an appointment with Katherine. If you would like to be part of the study, please visit the Quest Initiative website to see if you are eligible to participate in the study.

Quest Eligibility